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How to calculate a cube root in Inventor parameters?

A - answer To compute a cube (third) root and any general higher n-order roots in Inventor parameters, use the expression:

=ParamValue^(1/n)

So e.g. for the cube root of the parameter "MyParameter" use the expression:

=(MyParameter) ^ (1 ul / 3 ul)

See:

3rd root equation

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